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Old   September 27, 2022, 11:02
Default Using Mass Momentum Source with Sediment Scour Model
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Greatings everyone,
I would like to know that if it is right approach to use mass momentum source model with sediment scour. My channel width is 50 cm and i am using 5 cm diameter 2 dimentional mass momentum source model to model outlet of a pipe.
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